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Three Massive Things to Look Forward To At Old Trafford as Manchester Untied Face Brighton & Hove Albion

Brighton, Arsedevils

Manchester Untied welcomes Chris Houghton’s Brighton side as the Premier League evolves for another week as Ole Solskjaer’s men look for seventh straight win.

This will be an intriguing context as the Care-taker manager might have surpassed expectation within a short while at the club.

Brighton on their own have done a decent job causing scare with a goal to half Chelsea’s 2 goal deficit to 1-2 when both sides meet sometimes in December.

More on the improvement of both teams as a lot of expectation build towards this match at the weekend. With expectations high up in the media coupled with some personnel imagination, we evaluate three intricate features as United host Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend.


Seven Wins In a Row For United

Manchester United have begun on the best possible note in the recent games as manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer steered the club beyond people’s expectation.

These have brought series rhetoric’s as regards to his future at Manchester United. The Brighton game offers him another chance to make a statement as we expect the seventh win in a row in the clash. This would be tough though as Brighton & Hove Albion fancies their chances away from home.


Paul Pogba’s Master Class

The Untied playmaker had been the talk of the town following his impressive outings for the Red Devils side. He is one of the reasons Old Trafford is booming with confidence as he was massively eulogized in his side 4-1 with at home to 0-1 AFC Bournemouth.

This has promoted Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s chances for further managerial endorsement as Untied bask in the French man Euphoria.

His performance has steered the love among the fans as his shirt was demanded by a young United support after the end of the Bournemouth clash during the Christmas Eve.


Measure of Revenge

Manchester United is on form and this will see them on the front foot against the visitors Brighton.

The host lost 3-2 away at Brighton as Jose Mourinho downward began in the process. This saw United conceded three goals which were unacceptable by many as regards to United’s pedigree.

Mourinho could not hide his (negative) emotions after the game as he fumed at his player’s response on the pitch.

This promises to change as United will demand a payback time especially with their new lease of confidence at the moment.

United also face Arsenal next week in what will be an exciting game to watch as both FA Cup Giants lock horns to advance into the next round.

Obiweluozo Martins
A professional sportswriter who combs around the world for football matches. I follow the major leagues in Europe and of course the Champions League. I'm also a lover of International football as well as watching the beautiful game from all around the world with an eye on the youth game.

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